Environment, Education, Energy: Policy to People

“Crews Contain Oil Spill in Oklahoma River”

Oklahoma was the state with the second most oil spills in 2012, behind only North Dakota. Add this one to the list for 2013.

Cleanup crews corralled oil that spilled into the Oklahoma River before most of the slick, sticky fluid could find its way to the Boathouse District. An estimated 385 barrels, or 16,940 gallons, of oil and saltwater spilled into Mustang Creek, near SW 15 and Morgan Road, after lightning struck a tank battery Aug. 12.

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